New Zealand is to begin a pilot program for the Kerbal space programs program, according to a press release from the New Zealand Government.
The Kerbal program is based on the idea of creating a space station and sending humans to the surface of the Moon and Mars.
The program is expected to be ready for launch by 2020.
The New Zealand Department of Primary Industries, Industry and Tourism (DPIIT) will work with NASA to design, build and operate the spacecraft.
The launch is expected in 2020.
New Zealand’s program is not the first to launch from New Zealand, as the country has launched satellites from Cape Canaveral, Florida, since the 1970s.
The country’s first commercial launch was in 2011.
The government is also working on a launch system that will allow a manned mission to the Moon in 2020, which is a major milestone for the country.
New Zealand has a strong partnership with the United States in terms of science, technology and exploration.
Its government-run science program includes the Global Centre for Nuclear Science and Technology, which manages the country’s nuclear weapons research and development program.
The U.S. also provides the nation’s intelligence agency with space technology, and the country hosts NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, the first manned mission into the lunar surface.
New Zeeland’s space program has had some bumps in the road over the years.
In February 2017, the New Zeland-based Government Services Technology Development Agency (GSTDA) lost funding from the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) due to the government’s decision to not renew the space agency’s license.
The agency then announced it would suspend its research programs, including the development of a satellite to monitor the weather on Mars.
Since the end of 2016, the government has also lost funding for the New Zeelands Global Space Program.
However, the country hopes to regain funding for this year’s mission.
The first New Zealand-based spacecraft is the New England Institute for Space Research’s (NEISS) K2 spacecraft.
New York and New Zealand are among several nations that are developing their own space programs.
China has already launched two unmanned missions into space, and it has been developing its own space program.
In 2017, China also launched a New Zealand Space Launch System (NSS-1) rocket that was the largest rocket launched into space since the Apollo era.
New England, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut are also in the race to develop a space program and launch a robotic mission to Mars.
A few countries, such as South Korea and Japan, have already launched missions to Mars, while France, the United Kingdom, Canada and the United Arab Emirates are also working to launch a human mission to a distant planetary body.
In 2019, the International Space Station was officially launched.
The ISS was a joint effort of the U.K., Russia and China.
New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Connecticut have also launched small satellites into space.